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  • Lovely use of textures and sense of light and shade here Chearles.

    Posted by Stephen Slater on Sun 14 Oct 09:17:03
  • Such a beautiful woodland scene Charles - I can almost smell the freshness of the damp soil and the broken light through the tree is lovely.

    Posted by Jane Adams on Sun 14 Oct 09:30:21
  • Love the atmosphere and contrasting tones, if no goulash was used, what colours were used for the late autumn leaves, lemon yellow? or what other technique did you use? Love to know, because what ever you used is very effective.

    Posted by Peter Nelson on Sun 14 Oct 10:28:49
  • Peter - Lemon yellow mainly with a weak mix of ultra blue + cad yellow flooded in in places -- if you look at the left hand forground i've painted the black ink in first and then glazed on top afterwards

    Posted by Chas Wilby on Sun 14 Oct 10:41:40
  • Lovely light through the trees and the texture you've achieved in the foreground is brilliant.

    Posted by Val Kenyon on Sun 14 Oct 11:12:00
  • Beautiful Charles, it reminds me of my walks throuh Sherwood forest at this time of's just about chestnut picking time!! Thank you for recognising the location of my Lathkildale posting Charles.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Sun 14 Oct 12:01:42
  • Lovely to see another wonderful painting. I can feel the cool moisture from the damp ground and smell the leaf mould. A fitting 100th posting!

    Posted by Gudrun Ståhl Sharpley on Sun 14 Oct 17:37:38
  • Superb detail and spontaneity in this piece, Charles. The recession is particularly well done. Looking forward to the next 100 pieces!

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Mon 15 Oct 07:45:59
  • Really like this Charles. Magical colours and you have achieved that wet, drippy branch look. Can almost smell that damp fresh atmosphere you get in the woods.

    Posted by Carole Swingler on Mon 15 Oct 09:59:46
  • Beautiful.

    Posted by Paul Joseph on Mon 15 Oct 18:39:10